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Regenerative Medicine in Europe:
A Broad Spectrum of Treatment Possibilities
Stem Cell Therapies by Source
Numerous types of stem cell therapies are available at ANOVA. Stem cell research brought insights that allowed for technological advancements in therapies and expanding the knowledge of the underlying mechanisms of stem cells. This has allowed for more effective therapies to be developed.
Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) is one of the most commonly applied source of stem cells. Despite the fact that the actual number of stem cells in BMC is biologically limited, several other (regenerative) factors in BMC have been shown to deliver promising results in the treatment of numerous diseases.
Stem Cell Secretome
Stem Cell Therapies 2.0: The ANOVA Stem Cell Secretome Therapy is the next generation of stem cell-based therapies. It was designed to harness and mass produce the healing essences of stem cells (paracrine and regenerative factors, extracellular vesicles, exosomes) in a uniquely designed laboratory process.
Fat (adipose) derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC | adMSCs) are a commonly used source of stem cells, because of their availability and robustness. They communicate to other cells with a broad spectrum of secreted paracrine and regenerative factors. They are our favorite source of stem cells for the production of the secretome.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a blood-derived, cellular product with concentrated supply of regenerative growth factors and cytokines. Its efficacy has been proven in some orthopedic conditions. When used in combination with our stem cell therapies, its efficacy is synergistically enhanced.
“Prof. Stehling designed an individualized approach which scheduled the time the liposuction a few weeks before the back operation. My first injection I got a week after the operation. The recovery from there on was phenomenal.”
News & Insights
Stem Cell Secretome for the treatment of ED: A success story
How well does stem cell therapy for erectile dysfunction work? Are clinical results available, and if so, what do they show? In this article, we share some research insights on stem cell therapy for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, and talk about a success story of one of our patients who was treated for ED at ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
Can stem cell therapy cure erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, affects nearly half of all men between the ages of 40 and 70 in one way or another. ED is defined as a disease which makes it impossible for a man to have a sufficient erection for sexual intercourse. Naturally, sexual dysfunctions are accompanied with a lot of stress for patients and their partners. In this article, we summarize the causes of ED, common treatments, and how stem cells can help treat the disease in a promising way.
Rejuvenation Therapy – An Overview of Anti-Aging Stem Cell Therapies
Rejuvenation therapy is a form of medical treatment with the focus to halt, alter and even reverse the aging process. While there is currently no scientifically proven way to delay our internal aging processes themselves, there are ways to alter or delay some of the effects we experience as we age. Stem cell therapy is on the rise as a rejuvenation treatment. In this article, we discuss the differences between the various stem cell therapies for anti-aging.
What are alternative therapies for Parkinson’s Disease?
Parkinson's Disease (PD) is one of the most common diseases of the nervous system. There is currently no cure for the disease. Common treatments aim at easing symptoms and reducing side effects as much as possible. A big part of the therapy usually includes medication. But are there other options? Can alternative treatments enhance the effect of typical PD therapies, or even stop the progression of the disease? Here we provide an overview of treatment options for PD.
Does stem cell therapy for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis work?
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a very serious disease of the central and peripheral nervous system. With the exception of the rare hereditary forms, its cause is still unknown. Even though they are often compared, ALS has nothing to do with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) - they are two completely different diseases.